Drafting & Design
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Drafting & Design
The Drafting & Design degree programs prepare students for a successful career as a professional drafter who will be equipped with the advanced skills necessary to quickly advance to the level of a senior technical designer. In addition to basic and advanced CADD skills, students are trained in 3D CADD applications and professional-level advanced programs such as Revit, Inventor, and the highly sought-after Plant 3D. Students also learn valuable general industry skills such as industrial safety and statistical quality control. To earn an Associate of Applied Science in Drafting and Design Technology, a student must: satisfy all developmental requirements, schedule classes according to Prerequisite Chart and using the semester-by-semester guide, and successfully complete the 60 credit-hour curriculum, passing all classes with a “C” or better.